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Written Answers — Health: Lambert Hospital (24 Jan 2008)

Anne McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what plans he has for the future of the Lambert hospital; (2) what the staffing levels are at Lambert hospital in Thirsk.

Written Answers — Health: Liver Diseases (24 Jan 2008)

Dawn Primarolo: ...unit information. As part of the recent spending review, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced that a new national priority for the national health service would be to reduce the rate of hospital admissions for alcohol related conditions. This is expected to encourage earlier identification of, and intervention for, people who drink too much, linked to advice and support from general...

Written Answers — Health: Mental Health Services: Greater London (24 Jan 2008)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many mental health wards have been closed in hospitals in Greater London since 1997, broken down by primary care trust.

Written Answers — Health: NHS: Pfi (24 Jan 2008)

David Wright: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many (a) primary care trusts, (b) hospitals and (c) other NHS bodies are involved in litigation with private finance initiative contractors.

Written Answers — Health: NHS: Standards (24 Jan 2008)

Andrew Dismore: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what steps he is taking to ensure patients (a) at Barnet and Chase Farm hospital, (b) at the Royal Free hospital, (c) at Edgware hospital and (d) in the NHS (i) are treated with dignity and respect and (ii) have their human rights observed.

Written Answers — Health: Northwick Park Hospital: Maternity Services (24 Jan 2008)

Andrew Dismore: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what progress is being made in improving maternity services at Northwick Park hospital; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Health: Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore (24 Jan 2008)

Andrew Dismore: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will make a statement on the future of the Royal National Orthopaedic hospital, Stanmore.

NHS Maternity Services (East Sussex) (23 Jan 2008)

Charles Hendry: I am mystified by the Minister's reference to convenience. Closing down a hospital or a service and requiring people to go an extra 20 miles can scarcely be more convenient. During the first Sunday in June last year, the maternity facility at Eastbourne was full and had to close, and by the end of that day the maternity facilities at Hastings, Haywards Heath, Crowborough, Brighton and...

Climate Change Bill [HL] (23 Jan 2008)

Lord Rooker: ...the EU Emissions Trading Scheme and the climate change agreements. It does not relate to energy use at individual sites, but to aggregate use of energy. That would cover the point that I made about hospitals. To ensure that the paragraphs in Schedule 4 are used for the specific purpose discussed of identifying potential CRC participants, a sunset clause associated with them provides that...

Scottish Parliament: Budget Scotland Bill: Stage 1 (23 Jan 2008)

Jeremy Purvis: ...Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Raigmore, Borders General of Dumfries and Galloway R. I." and "No investment in Sport Scotland". It is a bit odd that the SNP would attack us for reducing investment in a hospital that does not exist and a body that it fought tooth and nail to abolish. For the Conservatives, Derek Brownlee appealed for the committees to be given the consideration that they...

Points of Order: Appointment of the Comptroller and Auditor General (23 Jan 2008)

Edward Leigh: ...the politics or the policy issue of whether we go down the PFI route. That was not his remit. Sir John and I think that audit should shine light on often neglected areas, and his pioneering work on hospital infections, on services to stroke victims and, just last week, on services to people suffering from dementia, bear testament to his success. As the Father of the House has just said,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Obesity (23 Jan 2008)

Stephen O'Brien: ...with a rate of 22.6 per cent. in the UK compared to 10 per cent. in France. Obesity could also cost £60 billion by 2050, on the Government's own forecast figures. With the rising tide of obesity, hospital treatments for the condition have spiralled on Labour's watch, across all age groups and both sexes, with grave inequalities increasing among socio-economic groups. Most alarmingly,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (23 Jan 2008)

Michael Connarty: ...the Prime Minister to focus on the plight of the working poor in this country? Is he aware that despite the clear intentions of the customers who leave tips to people in the hotel, restaurant and hospitality industry, the tips are not paid in addition to those people's minimum wage, but are paid as part of the minimum wage? That must be addressed. Will he agree to meet me and other MPs who...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Social Security Benefits (23 Jan 2008)

Anne McGuire: ...disability premium) or pension credit. 4. Figures for carers allowance include those cases with entitlement but where payment is currently suspended (for example, because of an extended stay in hospital or an overlapping benefit). 5. The key out-of-work benefits are jobseeker's allowance, incapacity benefit, severe disablement allowance, and income support for lone parents. They do not...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Eating Disorders: Eating Disorders (23 Jan 2008)

Shona Robison: ...Psychological Eating Disorders Financial Years 2003-04 3,200 2004-05 2,900 2005-06 3,100 Note: Rounded to the nearest 100. Patients discharged from non-obstetric, non psychiatric acute hospitals with any diagnosis of eating disorder are shown in the following table: Years Ending 31 March 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Scotland 180 193 190 198 209 NHS Boards Argyll and...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (23 Jan 2008)

Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what changes will be made to health, equality, access and treatment targets in respect of hospital delayed discharges.

Scottish Parliament written answers — National Health Service: National Health Service (23 Jan 2008)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...was established after a period of extensive public consultation which clearly identified that the public’s view was that Accident and Emergency services should be retained at Ayr and Monklands Hospitals. Consequently, the priority for the panel was to deliver robust scrutiny and engagement whilst minimising delays and uncertainty around these services. I refer the member to the answer to...

Middle East (22 Jan 2008)

Lord Judd: ...Oxfam keeps me well briefed on its front-line experiences as of now—today—in this situation. The cuts in power have been having grave and far-reaching impact on water supplies, sewage systems, hospitals and healthcare in general. Like other NGOs in that area—as well as international institutions—my Oxfam friends have become exasperated at the consequences of violence and its total...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 119 (22 Jan 2008)

Anne Milton: seriously threatened, which has made it necessary to include radiation, but we must also be aware of our own concerns about radiation, regarding not only nuclear power stations, but much hospital equipment that is in use. New section 45B deals with international travel and allows the appropriate Minister to update UK law without recourse to Parliament, or when there may be amendments...

Public Bill Committee: Housing and Regeneration Bill: New Clause 11 (22 Jan 2008)

George Young: that disabled people in housing will wait longer than non-disabled people for a property that meets their needs. Disabled people can be placed in residential care or face longer stays in hospital while an accessible property is found. Many adapted houses are let to non-disabled people as a housing department strives to meet some of the targets that the Government invite them to meet in...

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